` Ross Kingston

Mr. Ross Kingston

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon




Orthopaedics ,Operating Theatre,Advanced Programme for Hip and Knee Replacement (MEND+)


Orthopaedic Surgery


Mr. Ross Kingston is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in shoulder and upper limb surgery including rotator cuff repair, arthroscopy, stabilisation surgery, shoulder and elbow replacement and shoulder reconstruction.  

Mr. Kingston began his orthopaedic training in 1998, working in the Regional Orthopaedic Hospital, Limerick as well as Connolly Memorial, Cappagh Orthopaedic Hospital and Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Dublin, before beginning his higher Surgical Training in 2001, in Hospitals including Beaumont, Mater Dublin,Temple Street and Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital.

Mr. Kingston, a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, received his FRCSI in Trauma and Orthopaedcs in 2005, and received his M.Ch through RCSI and UCD in 2006.

Mr. Kingston completed an upper limb felowship in Melbourne and joined the Bon Secours Hospital Tralee in 2007. Mr. Kingston, an active member of both the Irish and American Shoulder and Elbow Society and is recognised for excellent patient outcomes and advanced surgical technique, including superior capsular reconstruction for treatment of irreparable rotator cuff tears.

Specialist Interest

Mr. Kingston’s subspecialty is upper limb/shoulder surgery including arthroscopic techniques, shoudler and elbow replacement and shouler reconstruction.

Education & Expertise


FRSCI (Traume and Orthopaeics) 2005

M. Ch. (RCSI/UCD) 2006


Sylvester O’Halloran Poster Prize, 1998

Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland Award, 2000

Best Paper, Irish Orthopaedic Associaion, 2003

Cappagh Prize, 2003

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